FALLS CHURCH, Va. -- Approximately 2.7% of the stockkeeping units delivered by wholesale grocers exceed the 50-pound maximum weight recommended by industry guidelines, according to a study recently released by the National-American Wholesale Grocers' Association-International Foodservice Distributors Association Food Distribution Safety Committee. mmunications for NAWGA here. "The volume can really add up." Galen said the committee plans to contact the manufacturers whose cases were found ...

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